Slovenia extends on the territory, which lies in Central Europe, between Italy, Austria, Hungary, Croatia, and the Adriatic Sea. We became a new European state on 25 June 1991, when we officially declared our independence. In 1992 the European Community officially recognised Slovenia and we also became a permanent member of the United Nations. Today Slovenia is becoming a state of relatively high living standards, fully recognised by the international community, integrated into NATO and EU. The Slovenians are a proud nation, very friendly and extremely enthusiastic.
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Slovenia is a country of many natural and cultural treasures.
On a surface area of only 20,251 km2, with a population of 2 million, characterised
Mediterranean, Pannonian, and Dinaric-Kar topography, it is a jewel that every
tourist must visit. It will take you only two hours by car to get from swimming
in the Adriatic Sea (Portoroľ, Piran, Koper) to skiing in the Alps (Kranjska
Gora, Kanin), from taking a memorable boat trip on one of our beautiful lakes
(Bled, Bohinj) to visiting one of 20 magnificent caves (the Postojna Cave),
from spending a wonderful time in one of our health spas and resorts to enjoying
traditional Slovenian culinary specialities in over 170 tourist farms, and
For more information on Slovenia see Tourism
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A four-and-a-half minute promotional film on Slovenia.